Vladislav Davidzon, the Chief Editor of The Odessa Review, is a Russian-American writer, translator, and critic. He was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and lives in Paris.
Russian liberals see the late opposition leader as a martyr, but he was also a player in the post-Soviet power grab that is still unfolding
By Vladislav Davidzon · March 5, 2015
As the Russian leader tightens his grip on the region, who will be the last to flee the fighting?
By Vladislav Davidzon · February 13, 2015
Hollande: 'France is your country. Your place is here. This is your home.'
By Vladislav Davidzon · January 27, 2015
Victor Pinchuk was awarded the Sheptytsky Medal at the Kiev Hilton, uniting Bernard-Henri Lévy, rabbis, presidents, glitterati
By Vladislav Davidzon · December 12, 2014
A Q&A with the Right Sector Parliamentarian Borislav Bereza
By Vladislav Davidzon · December 1, 2014
She was an enforcer of liberal morality in the face of cultish leader worship in the former Soviet Union. Who can take up her mantle?
By Vladislav Davidzon · October 14, 2014
From Paris to Benghazi to Dhaka to Kiev, France’s most prominent, and tireless, public philosopher is also its de facto statesman
By Vladislav Davidzon · June 26, 2014
The French film festival goes raw on depictions of incest, murder, DSK, Ukraine, Timbuktu, and stardom
By Vladislav Davidzon · June 2, 2014
Cites Ukraine's appointment of oligarchs as governors as reason for unrest
By Vladislav Davidzon · March 5, 2014
The whole question of modernity, in new assessments of the German composer and his work
By Vladislav Davidzon · February 12, 2014
Provocateur's legal woes coincide with rising anti-Jewish sentiment in Paris
By Vladislav Davidzon · January 27, 2014
Two new biographical studies and dual exhibits in Vienna plumb the psychodrama of the great Lucian Freud
By Vladislav Davidzon · January 23, 2014
The late political theorist, Marxist philosopher, and urbanist, who died this year, was my teacher and spiritual guide
By Vladislav Davidzon · November 13, 2013
A new show at the Jewish Museum in New York follows contrasting exhibits in Liverpool and Paris
By Vladislav Davidzon · September 23, 2013
A new film about England’s avowed anti-Semites stirs a champion of European tolerance, liberalism, and civilization
By Vladislav Davidzon · June 26, 2013